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Updated June 4th, 2024 at 23:01 IST

Odisha Assembly Election Result 2024: BJP Wins 35 Seats, Leads in 42, BJD Gets 25

Odisha Assembly Election Result 2024: The BJP won 35 Assembly seats in Odisha on Tuesday and was leading in 42 other constituencies, according to the Election Commission of India.

Reported by: Digital Desk
Edited by: Rajashree Seal
Odisha Assembly Poll Results | Image: Republic Digital
8: 27 IST, June 4th 2024

The BJP won 35 Assembly seats in Odisha on Tuesday and was leading in 42 other constituencies, according to the Election Commission of India.

The Biju Janata Dal won 26 seats and was leading in 26 constituencies out of the 147 Assembly seats, it said.

6: 41 IST, June 4th 2024

As of 18:40 on counting day, the BJP has secured 20 seats in the Odisha Assembly polls, with the BJD trailing behind with 15 wins. While the former is presently leading in 61 other seats, the latter retains a lead in 34. 

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5: 44 IST, June 4th 2024

The BJP continues to lead the race to elect the next government in Odisha, with the party winning 8 seats and leading on 73 others. The BJD and the INC have won a seat each and lead on 47 and 13 seats respectively. 

4: 33 IST, June 4th 2024

The Bhartiya Janata Party has won in three assembly constituencies of Odisha, namely, Bargarh, Jharsuguda and Chilika while it continues to lead in 78 others. The Congress party, which is leading in 14 seats, has also won one in Chitrakonda. The BJD continues to lead in 47 seats but has not yet won one. 

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2: 18 IST, June 4th 2024

Odisha Chief Minister and BJD supremo Naveen Patnaik was leading by 2,217 votes over his nearest BJP rival Laxman Bag in the Kantabanji Assembly seat, according to the Election Commission of India.

The BJD supremo was also leading by 3,643 votes over his nearest rival Sisir Kumar Mishra of BJP in the Hinjili assembly seat, the other constituency he is contesting, in Ganjam district.

1: 40 IST, June 4th 2024

CPI (M) candidate and sitting MLA Laxman Munda was leading in Bonai assembly constituency. Independent candidate Soumya Ranjan Patnaik was leading in Ghasipura MLA seat over BJD nominee Badri Narayan Patra.

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1: 39 IST, June 4th 2024

Forest and Environment Minister Pradip Kumar Amat, Works Minister Prafulla Kumar Mallik, Higher Education minister Atanu Sabyasachi Nayak, Transport minister Tukuni Sahu, Science and Technology Minister Ashok Chandra Panda, Finance Minister Bikram Keshari Arukha, Handlooms & Textiles Minister Rita Sahu and Women & Child Development Minister Basanti Hembram are trailing, according to the ECI.

1: 38 IST, June 4th 2024

BJP was leading in 73 assembly seats in Odisha, according to the Election Commission of India. Biju Janata Dal nominees, on the other hand, were leading in 58 constituencies out of 147 assembly seats in the state for which trends were available till 1.30 pm

Congress was ahead in 14 seats, the CPI (M) in one, while Independent candidate was leading in one seat.

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik is leading in both Assembly seats—Hinjili and Kantabanji.

At least eight ministers in Naveen Patnaik’s cabinet are trailing in the Odisha assembly election.

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1: 07 IST, June 4th 2024

The Bhartiya Janata Party is leading in 72 of 147 constituencies in Odisha, with the BJD leading in 57 and the INC in 15. 

12: 38 IST, June 4th 2024

BJP's lead in the Odisha assembly polls has now shrunk, with the party now leading in 74 of 147 constituencies. BJD is leading in 57 constituencies. 

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12: 29 IST, June 4th 2024

According to the early trends released by the Election Commission of India (ECI), the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has surpassed the majority mark in the Odisha Assembly elections. The party is currently leading in 76 constituencies. The Biju Janata Dal (BJD) is trailing behind, leading in 53 seats. The Indian National Congress is leading in 12 constituencies.

 


 

12: 00 IST, June 4th 2024

The Bhartiya Janata Party is now leading in 78 of 147 assembly constituencies in Odisha, with the Biju Janata Dal leading in 54 constituencies. 

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11: 29 IST, June 4th 2024

Of the 147 assembly constituencies in Odisha, the BJP is currently leading in 73, with the BJD leading in 50. 

10: 45 IST, June 4th 2024

According to initial trends put out by the ECI, the Bhartiya Janata Party is leading in 57 of the 147 assembly constituencies in Odisha, with the Biju Janata Dal leading on 38 seats. 

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9: 49 IST, June 4th 2024

As per initial trends by ECI, BJP is leading on 14 seats, BJD leading on 9 seats in the Odisha Assembly elections.

12: 17 IST, June 4th 2024

In the 2019 legislative assembly elections, Naveen Patnaik-led BJD posted a thumping victory winning 112 seats out of 147 in the state. Patnaik was sworn in as chief minister for a fifth consecutive time since 2000. The BJP won 23 and the Congress managed to win nine seats in 2019.

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12: 16 IST, June 4th 2024

This Assembly Election in Odisha, the state is going to witness a neck-and-neck fight with the two-decade rule of Naveen Patnaik-led Biju Janata Dal facing a stiff challenge from BJP. Patnaik is seeking a sixth consecutive term, while the BJP aims to gain more seats. Congress on the other hand is striving to regain power in Odisha after being out since 2000.
 

Published June 4th, 2024 at 05:43 IST